Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott went in opposite directions in the second round of the Australian Open in Sydney, while Matt Jones shot a three-under-par 68 to take a three-stroke lead.
Last December we presented a list of 10 players to watch during 2015. Ever wonder how they did? Wonder no more – here’s the rundown: 10. Cheyenne Woods Why she bore watching: Well, there’s the whole niece-of-Tiger thing, but Cheyenne Woods had credentials beyond a famous relative. In 2014 she won her first Ladies European […]
Adam Scott cannot remember the last time he failed to secure a birdie in a round of golf but despite shooting a two-over-par 73 on Friday he still has not given up hope of a second Australian Open title this week.
Christiaan Basson shot an eight-under-par 64 on Thursday to take a three-shot lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in Malelane, South Africa, the opening event of the 2015-16 European Tour season.
Adam Scott’s transition to a conventional-length putter continues to be an up-and-down proposition. Scott dug himself into a hole Friday with a 2-over 73 in the second round of the Australian Open. At 2-over 144, Scott was nine strokes behind early second-round leader Matt Jones. Scott, who won this tournament in 2009, never managed a […]
With the Olympic golf course for the 2016 Rio Games now constructed, the only concern ahead is whether the agronomy plan will be properly executed, International Golf Federation vice-president Ty Votaw told Reuters.
From Donald Trump’s outlandish comments, to the Solheim Cup controversy, to a near-fight at the WGC-Match Play, check out 2015’s biggest turkeys in golf.
Golf has a birdie, an eagle, an albatross – but no turkey. Thankfully, Dicky Pride has one, and he’s holding it up with a crowbar. In honor of Thanksgiving, we offer you a look at some of Thursday’s social media well-wishes: Nothing says Thanksgiving like cooking with a crowbar. pic.twitter.com/5fWl3zOfOD — Dicky Pride (@DickyPride) November […]
Jordan Spieth proved that even world number ones can be reduced to scrambling around a golf course by blustery winds after carding an even par 71 in the first round of the Australian Open on Thursday.
Jordan Spieth began defense of his Australian Open title with an even-par 71 at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney. Starting on the 10th hole, Spieth played his first nine holes in 2 under, then reversed the trend with a 2-over second nine. “The hard part for me is that I was at 2 under,” […]
The two guys with green jackets shot even par. The guy trying to get through Web.com Tour Q-School shot 5 under. Here’s how things stand after one round of the Australian Open, where Lincoln Tighe holds a one-shot lead over Matthew Jones in Sydney. Leaderboard: Lincoln Tighe (-5), Matthew Jones (-4), Geoff Ogilvy (-3), Chun-Am […]